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Why It’s Better to Carry Weight on Your Head

People have done it for centuries. Maybe everyone still should. An Object Lesson.
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Knapsack

Academics / Mathematics : Programming Praxis

We look today at a famous problem known as the knapsack problem. The task is to fill a knapsack that can carry objects of a known total weight—the capacity—with objects of a given set—each object having a given weight and value—in s...

Chargers determined to rise above Broncos' 'Mile High' advantage

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Greenspace

Earlier this week, Chargers coach Anthony Lynn joked about doing some redecorating before his first game as the team’s head coach Monday night in Denver. Maybe with a brush and bucket, maybe with paper and duct tape, Lynn wanted to ...

100 Objects I'm Totally Gonna Reblog From 100 Objects From Century Of The Child

Parenting / Fatherhood : Daddy Types

Oh well, there goes my next big idea. I was thinking I'd just blog the bejeebees out of MoMA's incredible Century of the Child exhibition by, you know, maybe posting an object a day or something. And here, MoMA's own curatorial assi...

NEW YORK TIMES: Betsy DeVos Ends A Campus Witch Hunt. The travesties of justice carried out unde…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

NEW YORK TIMES: Betsy DeVos Ends A Campus Witch Hunt. The travesties of justice carried out under the new Title IX guidelines have been the subject of some excellent books and superb journalism, none better than Emily Yoffe’s in The...

Review: Two centuries of trust, frauds and finance

News : Reuters Breakingviews Blog

Ian Klaus’ entertaining account of 19th century financial deceptions carries a serious lesson. As financial markets became more sophisticated, trust had to be built on stronger and more objective supports. The implication: honesty c...

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